Reuniones de ciencia ficción y tachado análogo


Durante tres sesiones los asistentes leerán y re-escribirán, mediante estrategias de tachadura, textos de ciencia ficción escritos entre los años 1692-1947 en lo que hoy es el territorio Mexicano, con el objetivo de entender la relación con la tecnología de otras épocas y a partir de ella volver a imaginar nuestro futuro y presente. Continue reading

Nomination For Bernal Prize

Deadline: December 15, 2019

The Bernal Prize is awarded annually to an individual who has made distinguished contributions to Science and Technology Studies over the course of their career. Nominations may be made by 4S members.

The Bernal Prize was awarded jointly by the Society for Social Studies of Science and the Institute for Scientific Information from 1981 to 2010. Continue reading

4S 2019 prizes

New Orleans. September, 2019

The 2019 Bernal Prize for distinctive, career-spanning contributions to STS has been awarded to Professor Emily Martin (emerita, New York University). This is an especially timely honor! Recall that Professor Martin gave a keynote lecture at 4S’s 1994 meeting in New Orleans.  Her Bernal lecture at this year’s conference will be on Saturday afternoon, September 7. (Also see the recent New Yorker article about Martin, An Anthropologist Investigates How We Think About How We Think — a wonderful resource for teaching!) Continue reading

3rd International Summer School for Sciences: History of Physics, Theory and Nature of Science & People without Frontiers

Lille. June 3-6, 2019


The aim of the IDTC Lille International Summer Schools is to provide a platform to the young researchers, post-doc, Ph.D. candidates teachers and practitioners from both academia as well as education School to meet and share cutting-edge development in the field. Particularly ISSHPSE 2019 mainly aims to improve-innovate scientific, historical/literature and philosophical techniques of investigations within science teaching making education and foundations of sciences more interesting, theoretical and experimental standpoints. Further, it is recognized that science is an important component of the EU cultural heritage and provides the most important explanations of the material world. Recently fewer youths seem to be interested in science and technical subjects. Does the problem lie in wider socio cultural changes, and the ways in which young people in the EU countries now live and wish to shape their lives? Alternatively, is it due to failings within science education itself? How make sure reasoning-learning & conceptual frameworks, critical attitude & didactic theories? What does mean today: Schooling, Professionalization & Institutions? Continue reading

WTMC Summer School Experimenting, or Trying to Change the World with STS

Soeterbeeck (Netherlands). August 26 -30, 2019

Anchor teacher: Michael Guggenheim

The WTMC Summer School is aimed at PhD candidates who are in the first phase of preparing their doctoral dissertations. The Summer School will offer many interesting insights in terms of both methodology and content. This year, the Summer School will focus on Experimenting: Trying to Change the World with STS. We are delighted that Michael Guggenheim will act as this year’s anchor teacher. Continue reading